St. Thomas More Catholic School 3rd Grader Ivory Razo is the 3rd Place winner of the 3rd-5th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
ZinDrew Chili's garlic chili oil is growing a local fan base. One year into their business, the husband-wife team is moving into a commercial kitchen to keep up with demand.
A four-alarm fire burned through the mission church, destroying everything up to the altar. Six San Gabriel Valley cities helped extinguish the fire.
AUSD teacher José Sanchez invited U.S. Rep. Judy Chu to talk with his summer school students about the census. The deadline for responding to Census 2020 has been extended to Oct. 31. Reply online, by phone or mail.
Fremont Elementary 5th Grader Sophia Covarrubias wants you to know that census affects everyone in the community. She is the 2nd Place winner of the 3rd-5th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
The Planning Commission's meeting was commandeered 30 minutes after it began. The meeting has been rescheduled for July 16.
Los Angeles County health officials are warning residents: go back inside, otherwise the recovery will stop. Cases continue to spike, and July 4 numbers won't show up for a couple of weeks.
Parades and fireworks are cancelled and beaches are closed this July 4. COVID-19 restrictions and closures went into effect this week as cases and hospitalizations spiked.
This week’s 2020 Census Storytelling story, “Persuading My Parents to Fill Out the U.S. Census” by Estevan Sayon, is authored by a fourth-grade student at Monterey Highlands Elementary. He reviews the census facts that convinced his parents to be counted this year.
AUSD continues to wait on the county's COVID-19 guidelines, but is still putting two methods of instruction on the table: hybrid in-person/online or entirely online. Parents need to pick one.